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Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 6:00pm EST
. accused of damaging the two countries relationships. >> in iraq prime minister nouri al maliki wants to avoid more fighting and give local sunni muslim tribes, fighters in iraq took control of falluja falluj ramadi. the rise and security follows the killing of ms. venezuela, and her ex-husband by a gang. their deaths prompted demands reduction in the country's crime rate. venezuela has the second crime rate after honduras. >>> the volcano had been dormant for 400 years, but it is now on the highest alert level. indonesia lies on the pacific ring of fire. with nearly 130 active volcanos, more than any other country. >>> french president hollande said now is not the time during a news conference but brushed off comments about his private life. >> franÇois hollande wanted to use this news christians to relaunch his presidency, layout his ambitions for the french economy and layout france's place on world. >> if france wants to keep it's lace in europe and keep in control of its destiny. it must find economic strength. >> above all the president didn't want the news conference to be abo
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 6:00pm EST
uranium enrichment and construction for the iraq heavy-water reactor. maybe for technical reasons, maybe not, but it slowed. iran has also reengaged with the iaea to resolve questions surrounding its nuclear activities. so what has been achieved in geneva? the interim six-month agreement reached between the p-5-plus-1 countries -- those are big countries: the united states, china, russia, the u.k., france, germany -- this agreement freezes iran's nuclear program in place while a comprehensive agreement is negotiated in the next six months. this agreement caps iran's stockpile of enriched uranium at 5%. it stops the production of 20% enriched uranium. it requires the neutralization of iran's stockpile of 20% uranium. it prevents iran from installing additional centestallingaaaddit. it prohibits it from stockpiling excess centrifuges. a understand it halts all work at the iraq heavy-water reactor and prevents iran from construct ago plew to enupreprocessing facility. most importantly, the interim agreement imposes the most intrusive international inspection regime ever. internationa
MSNBC
Jan 14, 2014 3:00pm PST
thing, discussing the war in iraq. >> our troops in iraq have fought bravely. they have done everything we have asked them to do. where mistakes have been made, the responsibility rests with me. >> again, where mistakes have been made. we've heard it from democrats as well like bill clinton and john kerry. and today we heard that familiar refrain from the governor of new jersey. yes, mistakes were made. but what happens now? is governor christie trying to get to the bottom of this scandal or get out of it? today he vowed to cooperate with the investigation. so will he? what really bothers me is that it seems that whoever was involved and whomever their help was, it seemed that the people of new jersey and the people traveling through didn't matter to them. children on their first day of school, seniors that may have needed medical attention. people that on september lived right in the shadows of what was once the world trade center in a serious day of high alert. it didn't matter to them. they must be held accountable because no matter who is guilty or not, we can't live in a
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 3:00pm PST
thoughts about iraq. how do you think history is going to judge him on that decision? >> judy, as i have said before, i think the war in iraq will always be tainted by the fact that it began based on wrong information in terms of saddam hussein having weapons of mass destruction. i think in the longer term, whether or not the war or how the war is regarded will depend largely on whether the removal of saddam hussein and the creation of a foundation of a democratic state, whether or not it turns out that way, really depends on 40-events there and in the rest of the region turn out over the next several decades. >> iran, of course, play's major role throughout this book and it continues to very much today. what do you think of the deal secretary of state kerry is working on to negotiate tentative nuclear agreements with iran? >> i think that the united states had no choice but to sit down at the table with the iranians once they offered to negotiate. the question is, what kind of an agreement comes out at the end of it, and i think that's the hard part is still in front of us. first i
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 2:00pm PST
going to be problematic. she was too far to the right in 2008. i think the iraq war gave obama the vote. it really crippled her chance at the white house. since then, she's not really tapped back to the left on those issues. time and time again she advocated military intervention, even in places where it was very unpopular. the afghanistan war, which people were not happy about, and the libya operation. the good news for her is that, of course, when she ran against obama in '07, '08, the iraq war was just a nightmare. it looked hopeless and was incredibly unpopular and sort of the number one issue on everyone's -- in everyone's head and now foreign policy has receded. we're out of iraq and we're winding down afghanistan. so the good news for her is people won't be interested in those issues but you go through where she stands, she's just as far as she was and the country and the party have moved left. >> so there may be an opportunity for others to challenge her like barack obama did in 2007? >> i think these issues will be debated. to michael's point about these topics receding, i
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 5:00pm EST
has now become a part of the fight in syria coming from lebanon. militias coming from iraq and others. so that is a clear indication that he is now surviving using foreign aid and foreign aid to his regime. >> professor landis is there a risk for those phoners who are getting involved? they get a bloody nose like as has been just mentioned. >> the bigger risk is if they lose. the shiite alo alouite collapse. if they allow their allies in syria to collapse and be defeated by saudi arabia and the sunnies, this would an bigelow to their allies, hezbollah, iraq, but it would be a big boost to saudi arabia. so they're holding the line to overturn iranian interests. this gets us to the larger questions of shiites versus sunnies, and russia versus the white house. so it's linked up on various levels of an international struggle. >> we'll look at the power surrounding syria has turns out to have a big stake in its future. this is inside story. activists show the >> welcome back to "inside story." i'm ray suarez. there are talks scheduled in switzerland later this month but it's unconce
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 4:00pm EST
management of the wars in iraq and afghanistan and his relationship with the white house and congress. and in a few weeks, look for women's history for beginners author. she'll take your questions and comments. live on "in depth," february 2 at noon eastern. and online for the rest of january, join our book tv book club discussion. on "the liberty amendments." go to booktv.org and enter book lub to enter the chat. >> by 1895 or so, nine different railroads terminated in chattanooga. that created quite an economic base. every railroad had a switching yard or a repair shop. there was a great terminal in the southeast. so all that employment, all that money turning over by the workers, it provided the economic stimulus to the growing city of chattanooga. even today railroads still move an amazing amount ofen toage through chattanooga -- of tonnage through chattanooga. coal trains, train after train after train loaded with grain, going to the seaports on the atlantic coast or going to power plants in georgia, etc. there's still a lot of commodities that move by rail and, again, d
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 4:00pm EST
work is hard to come by. they can't move because her husband, a vet of the afghanistan-iraq wars, must remain near the combat center until he's discharged in july. listen to this. "i have to keep the house at 55 degrees even though i have two little girls age two and a half and one and a half." that's what she told "the l.a. times" in december. how do my republican friends, except for the one who voted with us at the end of the day, look themselves in the mirror and think about this courageous woman who, whose family put their life on the line for the country and who is freezing in her home? because they're playing parliamentary games on process. and last, and last, cindy snowe of beaumont, why are they using -- meaning politicians -- "why are they using us as pawns? they're playing games with people's lives," she said referring to politicians in washington. and that appeared in bloomberg news. and i ask unanimous consent to put the rest of the stories into the record. the presiding officer: without objection. mrs. boxer: so i'm going to say this. there's a lot of games played around h
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 4:00pm EST
page of israel's biggest newspaper. >> rosalyn jordan reporting. in iraq, prime minister says ehe will not order a military assault. he quantities to avoided more fighting and give local sunni leaders more time to expel members from an al quaida links group there. fighters from the islamic state of iraq took control of the city nearly two weeks ago, they are angry at the shiite dominated government. a chinese doctor convicted of baby trafficking is now sentenced to death with a two year reprieve. these type of sentences are usually changed to life imprisonment, the doctor admitted she stole seven babies from the hospital where she worked and sold them to human traffickers who then resold them. the french president says now is not the time, he talked about the economy did you recollect a news conference today, but brushed off questions about his private life, our report. >> he wanted to use this news conference to relaunch his presidency. to lay out his vision for revising the french economy, and reclaiming the place on the world stage. at least that was the plan. >> france wishing
Bloomberg
Jan 14, 2014 3:00pm EST
finance the treasury said he governs can go to war in iraq and afghanistan. payments by votes so you can get elected. >> let me ask you, because you have done a lot of reporting .ere on bloomberg tv given what you have just said, what is the solution? thenprefer a physical goal decline -- than bitcoin. gold, silver, platinum they have no competition. how do you value a bitcoin? i can't compare goals to the quantity of money that is floating around the world. i have a fair -- to the production cost. i have an idea of where gold should be. value bitcoin? is it overpriced for underpriced? about,ng i want to talk you said that lower interest rates help people. if money trending helps everybody, why does not everybody in the whole world always have zero interest rates? then everybody would be rich. you would not need to work. you would not need to put on makeup. i could stay in bed and go drinking in the evenings. let's just print money and be happy. it doesn't add up. one thing about the figures you showed, you live in new york, do you really think that your cost- of-living increase -- >> it
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 11:00am PST
in her decision about the surge in iraq. you write in your review that mr. gates has high praise for former secretary of state hillary clinton. what's the disconnect there? >> that's true. in the two and a half years he was dealing with the obama white house and also at a time when the white house was undermining the decisions the president made about the war in afghanistan, by that we really mean that they were minimizing, dramatically talking about the mistakes they made and minimizing mistakes, misrepresenting successes. with him during that entire timeframe side by side, and arguing for more troops and keeping the strategy and keeping the toughness about the implementation of that strategy was hillary clinton. he said he agreed with her on just about every national security issue that the two of them were facing. so i think his praise of her far outweighs his criticism. >> interesting. you end your review of this book saying how can the president order young men and women into a fight in which he doesn't believe? that is one of many questions that ring in the ear. how do you answ
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 11:00am PST
because of the iraq war. liberals grew in the direction of john edwards or barack obama. i spent a week out there and they said there is space for a progressive. it's someone who is not a clinton, someone who is perhaps younger, representing a new generation, a new face in the party. you hear that a lot. >> so who would that be? do they tell you? >> well, yeah. if you ask people, you get a variety of names. but none of them, you know, seem to be a top tier figure. martin o'malley, the governor of maryland. john kerry, elizabeth warren, kristen gillibrand. who is going to be the person that steps up, raise the money, have the ideological bona fides to take down hillary clinton because in 2008 barack obama and john edwards had all of those things but this time iowa wants to see more in the field but they are not sure who can actually beat hillary. just to be clear, people like hillary clinton. there's just a little bit of hunger to see, you know, somebody else come out and say hi in iowa. >> can you tell me in 20 seconds the one thing that hillary clinton needs to do to prevent an upset a
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 11:00am PST
the banner of the islamic state of iraq and an opponent's two minutes and sell trying to build an islamic . syria iraq and lebanon. the crew is just one of the number which has taken advantage of penniless unleashed by the syrians have the will to advance their agenda. you do this to me is we have you seen the eye is open to this especially. that is all the good in it because it cooled off a client the thing that since i think the vacuum that is death but it stays in the tools of them and the dead and euro as well as the beginning of the uprising in sydney. as it did the interest groups on both side that to see in the cia and dia de. and then even a fool or idea that these teams as good as it possible that the office to obtain an estimate given to vote in this technique tuesday. this is why do we have seen today called mitigation of old school soul a side that played hoops as well as that of the can that gould said. coming to see it here. as many as eleven today and as the danger is that these groups have been getting a local success and have become the main opposition group to da
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 10:30am PST
for the international criminal court for alleged war crimes committed by the country's troops in iraq two hundred and fifty pages describing the widespread abuse of detainees amounting to torture has been handed to repaint the case fighting tooth and nail to keep out of the tribunal's some rwandan correspond toy boy who explains up till now the international criminal court and eight. was he trying to african six points byzantine response. the icc has been asked to investigate thousands of allegations of war crimes commits its flight british forces in iraq two hundred and fifty page dossier present it's like you might organize a synonym for safe north and contains the stations of the status of executions mock executions and sexual assaults convinced it's like eat a full citizen according to physics. this report. the thing gets braver extends to the very heart of the british government at the time said ahead of the british army. the former defense secretary under former defence minister could face prosecution for war this dossier schools. this debt make war crimes. there are many hundre
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 1:00pm EST
. rosalyn joe dan, in washed, thank you. we just received news out of iraq, a car whom there apparently has killed six people. and injured at least another 14. the car was packed near an ice cream shop in wesh baghdad. still to come on this news hour, hundreds of people in south sudan lose their lives in a ferry accident as they try to escape fighting. we will talk to a government spokesperson at the capitol. and former a.c. milan great, admits he is about to get one of the biggest roles at the italian, we have that in about 30 minutes. je, it is important to provide shelter. we have a polio we have to watch for. we have to provide the other means by which people can survive, but if you don't give children education, they lose hope. they can't plan for the future. they can't think of jobs that they may do when the conflict is over. hour much money will you need, and where will it come from. >> we need about $200 million a year. 195 million-dollars in the fist year, that is very cost effective for 400,000 children to be at school. partly because we are using existing schools. we have an
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am PST
, the anti-war base of the party that was really punishing clinton oh for her support of the iraq war. but that faded from the political spotlight, the focus now on the economy. so now if you talk to democrats out there, they say, and i quote people on this piece, she needs to become more populist and progression and those are issues right now. >> she hasn't decided whether she is running. a lot of supporters want her to. good work as usual. you can read peter's full article, cnn.com/politics. you'll learn something from peter hamby. >>> an investigation by a newspaper comes to a stunning investigation the u.s. government has been in cahoots with the most notorious drug cartel in mexico, letting it operate unimpeded in exchange for information about rival cartels. we have details right after this. so i can reach ally bank 24/7, but there are no branches? 24/7. i'm sorry, i'm just really reluctant to try new things. really? what's wrong with trying new things? look! mommy's new vacuum! (cat screech) you feel that in your muscles? i do... drink water. it's a long story. well, not having
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am PST
anyone else. i think this president is probably still tired of the traumas of afghanistan and iraq and the american people are as well. and he wants to try every means to solve it diplomatically, that is right, but at the same time don't she the weakness. i know mohammed sarif who negotiated this deal. he served with me at un ambassador, as iran's ambassador to the un when i was israel puss buzz. he smiles, but what happened in geneva, he felt as on the other side, i tired and weak america and a europe that is dying to do business with iran. and manipulated and got the best agreement he could and they are celebrating it now. this celebration is not the birth of a new baby. it is a birth of a monster, believe me. >> mr. ambassador, thank you for your time. we'll speak again, sir. >> i hope so, thank you very much. >> gentlemen, thank you. there is a new lead in the disappearance of madeline mccan who disappeared in 2007. >> a wife's frantic plea for help after her husband was shot outside of the shopping center. the 911 call showed the horror of that moment. >>> we are now hearing a
Comedy Central
Jan 14, 2014 9:30am PST
life iraq too soon or did we not start our third war there early enough. then a new breakthru in marketing. i'll tell you about it after an unskipable 30 minute ad. and my guest david fanning is the eck difficult producer of pbs's investigative news program frontline, dammit, i said i wouldn't pledge, now they're coming to my office. the new ford 5150 is made of 97% aluminum which means it's lighter but you can't put it in the microwave. this is the colbert report. captioning sponsored by comedy central (cheers and applause) thank you, ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the report. good to see you be everybody, good to have you with us. >> stephen, stephen, stephen, stephen! stephen, stephen, stephen! stephen, stephen, stephen! stephen, steveen, stephen! >> thank you, ladies and gentlemen, good to have you with us. in here, out there, all around the world, stuff. you watch the show. i certainly hope that you do. because you one thing i said over and over again is that i love west virginia. it is my favorite of the directional virginias. step it up, eastern south. that's right, folk
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 12:30pm EST
, and a former marine corps officer who served in iraq and afghanistan. and he has a new novel coming out about the complexities of surviving in war. thanks to all of you for being here. jesse since the start of the wars in iraq and afghanistan about 290,000 women have served. explain what jobs women are doing now, what they can't do, and what could change in 2016? >> being in combat is not the same as performing a combat mission. i am in a field that would support combat operations in a wide variety of ways. a lot of the death toll is very high among motor death transport. so many women were experiencing death and injury in those roles. however, we are not in an offensive tactic position. we were in a defensive tactic position. big difference. defense if the enemy comes at you do i know how to fire a weapon and know basic hand to hand combat skills? yes, i do. but i was not trained in killing that would destroy and exploit the enemy as readily and quickly as possible. >> ken talk about that, these differences between an offensive and defensive position. >> well, i think lisa, if you
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 9:00am PST
reporting before the olympics? >>> and with the deadly daily bombings in iraq, my friend, my co anchor, michael holmes. he is back in the country where the u.s. troops left two years ago. 8,000 people were killed in iraq last year alone. today michael spoke to iraq's former from h former prime minister about what he thinks is behind the terrible violence. >>> and a huge crackdown against gay people in nigeria. not only is same-sex marriage banned with prison time for those found guilty, but now gay people can get in trouble just for gathering together in public places. when you have diabetes like i do, getting the right nutrition isn't always easy. first, i want a way to help minimize my blood sugar spikes. then, a way to support heart health. ♪ and let's not forget immune support. ♪ but now i have new glucerna advance with three benefits in one. including carbsteady ultra to help minimize blood sugar spikes. it's the best from glucerna. [ male announcer ] new glucerna advance. from the brand doctors recommend most. advancing nutrition for diabetes. [ chainsaw whirring ] humans --
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 12:00pm EST
-span2 a live booktv event. he talks about his management of the wars in iraq and afghanistan and his relationship with the white house and congress. look for women's history for begins author bonny morris. she will take the questions live on in depth, on february 2nd, noon eastern. online for the rest of january, join our booktv book club discussion on mark levine's, the liberty amendments. go to booktv.org and click on book club, to enter the chat. >> the robert wood johnson foundation recently issued new recommendations that include investing in early childhood health care and promoting health outside of the medical civil. we heard from the two chairs of the economics, former cms administrator mark mcclellan and brookings institution health care executive alice rivlin. this event is 90 minutes. >> thanks for joining us today here at the newseum and online from around the nation. i am a proud member of the commission to build a healthier america. i'm a former abc news anchor and i now teach journalism in the school of communication at emerson college in boston. after months of d
Comedy Central
Jan 14, 2014 9:00am PST
iraq too soon or did we not start our third war there early enough. then a new breakthru in marketing. i'll tell you about it after an unskipable 30 minute ad. and my guest david fanning is the eck difficult producer of pbs's investigative news program frontline, dammit, i said i wouldn't pledge, now they're coming to my office. the new ford 5150 is made of 97% aluminum which means it's lighter but you can't put it in the microwave. this is the colbert report. captioning sponsored by comedy central
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 8:00am PST
iraq war veteran, asked general hamm last june, quote: as a military person, i am concerned that someone in the military would be advising this was a demonstration. i would hope that our military leadership would be advising this was a terrorist attack. general hamm replied: again, sir, there was some preliminary discussion about maybe this was a demonstration, but i think at the command and i personally and i think the command very quickly got to the point that this was not a demonstration, this was a terrorist attack. winstrop, and you would have advised as such, correct? >> yes, sir. panetta told the senate armed services committee last year he introduced the subject of benghazi, and panetta was, quote, unequivocal that benghazi was a terrorist attack. so these triplets, as illuminating as they are, still leave unresolved how and when did the false narrative about a protest that never occurred originate, and why did leon panetta say nothing publicly for up to two weeks to correct it? we reached out to panetta yesterday and got no comment, the subcommittee still wants him back
CBS
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
gaining ground again in iraq. americans who fought there cannot believe it. >> i'd never in my wildest dreams would i think only two years after we withdrew we'd be having this conversation. >> and the talk about the sudden rise in violence that has sacrificed everything they fought more. that's ahead on "cbs this morning." [ telephone rings ] [ shirley ] edward jones. [ male announcer ] with nearly 7 million investors... oh hey, neill, how are you? [ male announcer ] ...you'd expect us to have a highly skilled call center. kevin, neill holley's on line one. ok, great. [ male announcer ] and we do. it's how edward jones makes sense of investing. hey, i'm headed to mcdonald's -- how do you take your coffee? [ sarah ] with an egg white delight mcmuffin. [ jill ] 1 cream, 1 sugar 1 egg white delight mcmuffin. [ sam ] large mccafe coffee -- and an egg white delight mcmuffin. [ male announcer ] mcdonald's mccafe coffee made just the way you like it -- with an egg white delight mcmuffin. so, how do you take yours? life with crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis is a daily game of "wh
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am EST
british military custody in iraq. an inquiry found that the hotel worker suffered an appalling amount of violence, and only one soldier was convicted over his death. the case was unusual, but there have been subsequent inquiries until allegations of abuse by british forces and the inquiry into his death was shown video of uk troops allegedly using band interrogation techniques. now allegations made by more than 400 iraqis who claim they were also mistreated are being presented to the international criminal court. >> we look in particular at the torture techniques that were part of the uk's interrogation policy. there is also a great deal of abuse, and a great number of unlawful killings. >> the lawyers representing the iraqis claim that those who bare the greatest responsibility include individuals at the highest level of the british army and political system. britains ministry of defense has issued a statement which says . . . it always goes on to say . . . >>> the international criminal court in the hague have brought several prosecutions, but this case, say some, could prove diffic
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
fourteen during clashes between different religious and political groups in iraq the death toll for two thousand thirteen exceeded six thousand people the position in bangkok has started a series of large scale protest. protesters have blocked seven major intersections of the city and made a case of sandbags among those they going to block the bones of key ministries they cut the power supply schools universities and shops are closed after his promise that the process will last until the government resigns the government ordered to involve eight thousand soldiers and ten thousand police officers to ensure the security in the city the prime minister you look shinawatra order not to use weapons against the protesters. however last night. unknown persons opened fire on the opposition and an escape on a motorcycle one person was injured. there was also shooting in the office of the opposition democratic party and night. since foreign ministry has already warned against going to bangkok now. kyrgyzstan has unilaterally closed the border with two tickets to the ministry of foreign affairs
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am EST
to the space shuttle today. my daughter-in-law lindsey flew combat missions over iraq and afghanistan with the marines but she would not be able to do so without the women of wasp. frances had a full life. she began flying at the age of 22 in atlanta and became to be only 1,704 women who were accepted to the prestigious women air force service pilots, wasp, out of the more than 25,000 women who had applied for the program. frances and other female pilots from our south florida community, including helen snap, bea, flew more than 62,000 miles between 1942 and 1944. as author of the legislation to awarding wasp the congressional gold medal in 2009, i had the privilege to present the medal to frances sergeant for her patriotic service. the congressional gold medal, as we know, is the highest civilian award in the united states, and it was presented to these women who were the first female to ever fly military aircraft. their missions were mainly composed of safeguarding the u.s. coastal line so that the male pilots could take on combat roles abroad. quite often, frances' life
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am EST
iraq. other areas in political transition, including the middle east and north africa, and to respond to humanitarian emergencies, particularly in syria, the middle east and central africa. few question why these funds are important. look what's happening today in syria and lebanon and jordan and turkey. 2 million syrians have fled. in south sue darng the central african -- sudan, the central african republic, where hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced because of explosions of ethnic and tribal violence. bill provides significant increases in funding for refugees and humanitarian programs. it provides funding above the president's request for security at u.s. embassies and other diplomatic facilities. it fully funds our commitments to key allies like israel and jordan nomination darntion and substantially funds -- jordan, and substantially funds peacekeeping. and it fully funds the u.s. contribution to the global aids fund. many senators care about global health for good reasons, hiv-aids, other infectious diseases threaten millions of americans who travel, live, study,
FOX Business
Jan 14, 2014 9:20am EST
that took down nuclear en richment programs over in iraq, and we're still worried about that hitting u.s. infrastructure. i'm here in miami this week, and we have some really geeky guys that spend their friday nights with sautering irons and circuit boards that are breaking apart the electronics that control the switch stations and substations in neighborhoods, and they're disclosing these vulnerabilities back to the community at large and the vendors that make this equipment to really squeeze the vendors to make better products and more secure products that are put into, you know, very mission-critical cases. stuart i understand. there's a new study out, it shows that the nsa phone t.a.r.p.ing program played -- phonetapping played no role in some of the terror suspects arrested recently. wasn't that the whole point of the program? i'm moving away from your turf, but i want to comment on the reliability of the function of this mass nsa spying program. >> yeah. you know, for every report that comes program wasn't effective in defeating terrorism, there's probably other reports that sa
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am PST
this coming up today. ohio congressman served in iraq and question questioned general ham about what the president knew and when he knew it. all these revelations. do they change your mind about benghazi? we'll share some of your idea and thoughts throughout the program when you send us a treat. martha: it's surprising that the military was not beefed up and ready to go. bill: as jennifer points out, they knew this was terrorism within 15 minutes of the attack on september 11. wenstrup on that coming up. martha: a heated argument over texting turned into a deadly shooting at a movie theater in florida. police say it all began when a retired police officer asked the person in front of him to stop texting during the movie. the two men argued. somebody threw popcorn, then witnesses say the retired officer pulled his gun and shot the 43-year-old man in front of him. the man said i was just texting my 3-year-old daughter. >> i heard the altercation. i asked if the guy was okay and he started gurgling blood. 71-year-old reeves has been charms with murder. the victim's wife is recovering fr
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am PST
after the u.s. left iraq, are things any better? cnn's michael holmes is in baghdad. hi, michael. >> hi to you, carol. whether we come back, we were speaking with a former iraqi p.m., not complimentary about the current p.m. and also had some words for the united states on what's going on in iraq. we'll have that when we come back. when you have diabetes like i do, getting the right nutrition isn't always easy. first, i want a way to help minimize my blood sugar spikes. then, a way to support heart health. ♪ and let's not forget immune support. ♪ but now i have new glucerna advance with three benefits in one. including carbsteady ultra to help minimize blood sugar spikes. it's the best from glucerna. [ male announcer ] new glucerna advance. from the brand doctors recommend most. advancing nutrition for diabetes. >>> on the morning of december 18th, 2011, the last u.s. troops crossed over into kuwait from iraq effectively ending our country's on-the-ground military involvement in iraq. many held prime minister nuri al maliki's government would usher in an era of reconciliation
MSNBC
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am PST
instability throughout iraq, syria. the u.s. is trying to focus on the few situations where it still has some cards to play. the biggest one, of course, is the israeli/palestinian peace process. secretary of state john kerry has been relentless in his pursuit of a two-state solution. latest round of talks fwan last swru july, kerry insisted this time things would be different. >> we're here today because the israeli and palestinian people boent both have leaders willing to heed the call of history. their commitment to make tough choices, frankly, should give all of us hope that these negotiations actually have a chance to accomplish something. >> since july, kerry has met with prime minister netanyahu or president abbas in the last six out of seven months, including meetings in london. little has come out of it so far. little movement on the issues of security, border and refugees and the city of jerusalem. he has kept talks alive by a sheer force of will. he maintained a spark of optimism. >> achieving peace is a long and complicated process. it's a tough road. but this is not mission i
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 5:30am PST
election will be delighted or of iraq the fact is that of being considered as well. it's the old connects it to the factory to this at the destruction that's because abide by this practice be a regional at suggestions the ice but in the elections was made by the election commission which is responsible for holding that it means it's a neat story that the commission felt that the situation was sending to the trial but too dangerous at two and showed that those elections could be held in aid safety. now at the time the government said that any delay would be out of the question i would be impossible under existing election rolls but it is not saying that it's willing to attend the talks tomorrow to see if a solution can be found to do this difficulty in addition to allowing the situation to become more calm eyes he suggested there are also some practical reasons why it would be difficult for the election to go ahead. the protest is as part of that complaint is wrapped in the election registration procedure on as a result a number of potential candidates. well unable to make their a
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 8:00am EST
. a decade ago when the u.s. intervened in iraq and got rid of saddam hussein in afghanistan got rid of the taliban, king abdullah of jordan started worrying about the shiite crescent, that arc radiating through tehran, from baghdad into damascus and then into lebanon and the rise of the shiites. and iran was, you know, sitting pretty as the kind of strategic winner. what's interesting today is that with the rise of the al-qaeda franchises, with the u.s. having withdrawn from iraq having about to withdraw from afghanistan, that iran suddenly finds itself encircled by salafis, by al-qaeda militants, encircled by the sunnis. and this has led to an awareness of um, well, you know the u.s. might not be such an adversary after all. and that when we look at why iran is at the negotiating table, we often tend to focus primarily on the pressure of economic sanctions when, in fact, there are a lot of much bigger issues that we ignore. and that's one of them this strategic recalculation. another reason is the psychology of war. the guess beliest -- grisliest middle eastern conflict played out
FOX
Jan 14, 2014 5:00am PST
these well-known crosses serving as a rememberance of the soldiers killed in iraq and afghanistan. it is approved for march 21st. >>> coming up, the rising bay area alert over a danger in the air, i will tell you which neighborhoods are most threatened. >>> and in the andy lopez shooting case, what they will do for the first time. >>> skies are clear and temperatures will start warming up fast. half-moon pay, we will all end up with 60s and maybe some records. high speed internet to play and learn online. all we had was that franklin fuzzypants. ah, the educational toy bear. remember when the battery went out? [ slow, deep voice ] give me your abc's. all i learned was a new definition of fear. i need some pudding. yeah, there's one left. [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. . >>> it is something you don't expect for the middle of january, the red flag warning that is now in effect for the bay area. >>> the controversial shooting of a 13-year-old boy by a sheriff's deputy, what is happening later today in santa rosa
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am EST
right now in iraq with u.s. troops out of the rock, and the gains al qaeda has made? are there any lessons to be applied to afghanistan after you strictly -- after u.s. troops leave? guest: 9/11 changed so much for our country. our response was required. particularly with afghanistan, when that group of terrorists attacked us and then we ended up taking over an entire country, i know and i know this is dangerous thend, the discussion of wisdom of having gone into afghanistan, but i think this discussion needs to take place. the motivation was good for those that advocated that. the idea that if we are attacked by terrorists we go in and take over an entire country -- for example, if we are attacked from yemen, and some terrible attack occurred, doesn't it follow that we go into that country and -- does it follow that we go into that country and build roads and schools? this is how you bankrupt a republic. we need to be careful about it judicious. again, i point out i am not an isolationist. there is a place for american we are seeing,ut if you look through the these countries have
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am EST
. secretary gates talks about his managements of the wars of iraq and afghanistan and his relationship with the white house and congress. and in a few weeks, look for bonnie morris. she'll take your questions and comments, live on indepth, february 2 at noon eastern. and online for the rest of january, join our book tv book club discussion, on "the liberty amendments." go to book tv.org and click on book club to enter the chat. the chair of the house budget committee paul ryan was also at the brookings institution social mobility summit. he spoke about the war on poverty started by president johnson and why he believes it failed this is 30 minutes. >> we've had a long day of discussions, started this morning with senator joe brand, and now we've been talking about poverty and opportunity and mobility in the united states, quite fascinating and great people here. and in our relentless attempt to be nonpart son or bipartisan we begin the day with a democrat and end the day with paul ryan of the budget committee. here's something that might surprise you. knowledge counts for a lot in congress.
MSNBC
Jan 14, 2014 3:00am PST
jersey city had a war -- an iraq war veteran and former goldman sachs bank and came a mayor in in a local city in new jersey and who received a warm embrace from the christie administration on immediately being re-elected and told him he would have tons of meetings with the state officials and people closest to christie. the paper trail suggested the moment he announced he would not endorse christie in his gubernatorial appearance, all of the meetings that had been scheduled cancelled within ho s hours. i think in the next six months, the state legislature is now going to renew subpoena power and they are going to subpoena all of the documents about this bridge thing. we still don't have a final answer on that. there are significant questions about that. democrats might overreach but right now, they are doing what is a proper investigation. we are going to see where that leads but in addition to that, there is now, as i say, chum in the water for the president, for democrats, for christie's foes within the parties and everybody is looking for other stores that echo the bridge story
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am EST
people are dead in iraq after a series of bombs exploded in northern baghdad. the areas targeted were that theftly shia neighborhoods. the deadliest bombings struck a market killing 11. no group has claimed responsibility for any of the attacks. the violence coincides with u.n. secretary general visit to baghdad. >> despite tight security at polling places cross egypt there are explosions in cairo. at least one person was killed in clashes between security forces and supporters of former president mohamed morsi. over the next two days, egyptians will vote on a new constitution, the first time they are casting ballots since last summer when a mill father coup over threw morsi, the countries first democratically elected president. today's vote seeks approval for a revised constitution. if approved, there will be new petal and parliamentary elections in the summer. we have more on what's at stake. >> decision day dawns for egyptians. they're asked to approve a new constitution, one that would undo many of the rules brought in under the deposed president mohamed morsi and which some
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Jan 14, 2014 3:00am PST
syria now. al-qaeda in iraq is in syria. they are so horrific that, the other al-qaeda is so -- is after them. >> you've seen them and for people to say it's not there because we don't experience it thankfully, i think is wrong, except for 9-11. now let's talk about your book. some of your experience to put together a very feasible series of events. looking at the mexican drug cartels, and also how dependent we are on gps system. >> originally i had done work on the mexican drug cartels and i was fascinated the nexus between terrorism and the drug cartels. i looked at the drones along the border the cartels were use to go stop our drones. i looked at gps how much is infiltrated our daily lives. everything we do, when you run a credit card is run by gps, talking on a cell phone, run by gps. we look at it like where is the next gas station. it does more than that. every stock trade on wall street is controlled by the timing feature of the gps. >> you have a reasonable series of events that could very well happen. what you do is interesting, you told me you'll go and you'll do the ope
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 5:00am EST
were sick and convinced them to sell the infants to human traffickers and one of the babies died. iraq is looking at the damage from a wave of bombings overnight in baghdad in shard and a single car bomb killed at least ten people. at least 26 were killed in total overflight and the attacks were taking place just as the sheer dominated government takes on sunni fighters in the anbar province and this is one witness in baghdad. >> reporter: all my friends are like a poor man, where is the government? and blasts took place in the street and close the street and never open it again. >> reporter: a visit by u.n. secretary moon and urged leaders to address the root causes of violence. >> i would urge the leaders of the country and iraq to address the root causes of the problems, what are the problems in this and also they should ensure that there is nobody left behind. >> reporter: syrian activists say a residential suburb by the cap doll of damascus has been hit by a series of air strikes and on the internet it shows it being bombed from the air. witnesses say barrels were filled with expl
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Jan 14, 2014 2:00am PST
accounts of the way decisions were made inside the white house during the wars in iraq and afghanistan, now he's pushing back telling his critics in the obama administration to quote look in the mirror and furthermore, gates says this, i don't buy the notion that the book shouldn't have been written or shouldn't have been written for another three years or that it is a negative narrative about president obama. during an oval office meeting with president mcbain yesterday the president briefly mentioned the book here's what he said. >> first of all he did an outstanding job as secretary of defense. as he notes he and i and national security team came up with a strategy in afghanistan that is the right strategy and we are continuing to execute. i think that what is important is that we got the policy right. this is hard. it always has been. >> he worked for eight presidents in his career. the way white house officials inserted himself with the obama administration was not like anything he had ever seen before. but gates says his memoir is not political. the fact that people a
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 4:00am EST
. secretary gates talks about his management of the wars in iraq and afghanistan and his relationship with the white house and congress. women's weeks look for history author bonnie morris. online for the rest of january, join our book tv book discussion "the liberty's amendment." >> state department deputy spokesman maria harv responded -- january 20at marks a date that iran's nuclear program is scheduled to come to a stop, according to the --eement negotiated in the in geneva. here's a look at monday's briefing. it was a busy weekend. they told us that it fell short of what they need to investigate. what kind of access would you like to see? if they do not have the access alsoif they do not have the access, to do this properly, what do you arguing for greater say to those in congress who are sanctions? >> i have not actually seen the iaea comments. in terms of verification mechanisms and transparency in monitoring on january 20, when , the joint plan of action is implemented, we are going to have the most access we have ever had to these types. -- to these sites. daily inspector access.
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Jan 14, 2014 1:00am PST
the marine corps. he signed up and shipped off to iraq. when he came back, he ran again -- he ran an against-the-odds campaign for city council in jersey city and he beat the incumbent and got himself a seat on the city council. then this past year, steven fulop ran an against-the-odds campaign for mayor of jersey city and, again, beat the incumbent. part of what makes steven fulop seem like a rising star, what makes him a high profile local politician, big things are expected, jersey city like newark is famously corrupt. jersey city is where frank hague ran the mayor's office for 30 years. when frank hague left office in jersey city in 1947, he was living in a private suite in the plaza hotel. his net worth was estimated to be roughly $10 million in non inflation adjusted dollars from the '40s. and he had somehow amassed that huge fortune while earning a salary of only $8,500 a year as the mayor of jersey city and having no other known legal source of income. fast forward to jersey city nowadays and, oh, there's the new jersey city mayor, excuse me, there's the jersey city mayor
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Jan 14, 2014 1:00am PST
president. obama, you cannot suggest that about him. he was against the iraq war to begin with. >> president bush didn't want to be a war president. >> but obama may have had second thoughts about the decision, the rest of it, but he never did anything that -- and terms of engagement. that came from the military, not president obama. >> he's the commander in chief of the military. >> it came out of the joint chiefs, and they wanted to do it that way at the request of the afghani government. you can't lay that at the feet of the president. >> he needs to own it and take responsibility for the decision. >> if the joint chiefs say the afghanis want a change in how you engage, it's difficult to say we're going to do it differently. >> let me get greg in here. one of the things gates talks about in the book is how he hates partisanship in washington, d.c. and he thinks part of the rollout of the book has actually been fairly partisan. >> the book has sort of been hijacked by people along the political spectrum to serve their own purposes, taking quote out of context, and it's sort o
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